Amazon is reportedly entering a market currently dominated by Google and Apple.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos says he's found the five engines from the Apollo 11 spacecraft, deep beneath the Atlantic, and plans to bring at least one to the surface.
An XDA-Dev member has managed to mod the FireFireFire Extended Bootloader so that it can be used to dual-boot Amazon's popular Kindle Fire tablet.
Apple currently dominates the lucrative tablet market with its wildly popular lineup of 9.7-inch iPads, and will likely continue to do so for the foreseeable future.
Amazon's alternative to the Android Market is celebrating its one-year anniversary.
Amazon has just secured another content partner for its Netflix-rivaling streaming video service.
Mountain View is reportedly partnering with Asus to manufacture a 7-inch Google-branded tablet that could hit store shelves by May 2012.
Amazon is reportedly preparing to launch two new tablet PCs during the second half of 2012.
Twitter has just rolled out updates to its official mobile apps, and as part of the process has released a Kindle Fire-optimized version of its Android app.
Today, Barnes and Noble declared a price war against Amazon's Kindle Fire by substantially reducing the price of the Nook Color, along with their lineup of enhanced 8 and 16GB Nook tablets.
Barnes & Noble has officially unveiled a new version of its flagship Android tablet, with a price point exactly the same as Amazon's Kindle Fire.
For many developers, releasing Android apps on Amazon is leading to greater results than releasing the same app through the official Android Market.
Amazon's wildly popular $200 Kindle Fire tablet is getting about as much traction as the original iPad.
Even though Amazon's Prime Instant Video Service has enough legs to stand up against Netflix, the company has no plans to separate it as an individual service.
Of all the big trends in cyber space, there's one that Google has been notably left out of - cloud storage.
When it comes to online video streaming, Amazon is still trying to remind everyone that it's in the race too.
Amazon has had both praise and damnation heaped on its popular Kindle Fire tablet since the device launched in November 2011.
The Kindle Fire is getting about as much traction as the original iPad did.
How far would some sellers go to get a lucrative five-star review on Amazon.com?
When Google initially offered its Android OS for "free," I wonder if Mountain View ever envisioned the sort of ecosystem that exists today.